Australian government has gone tyrannical

NoFunInAus

Woodpecker
Like poetry
Let’s deflect from the fact hotel quarantines are a complete failure like everything the Australian touches (lpg, pink bats, solar, nbn) and instead send ordinary Australian citizens to the gulag.
The hotel quarantine "fiasco" is a distraction from the whole covid BS being the flu and a deflection from the draconian (tyrannical) measures being implementing dealing with said farce.

Stop dealing with the present (past) and look to the future.
 
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I've been going for walks without the muzzle, only putting it on when I go into shops where people there know me. I did, however, buy some water from a pajeet-run supermarket without the muzzle, and the pajeets at the counter didn't even bat an eyelid.

Anyway, in South Australia, they'll be ending the lockdown early tomorrow:


Let me get this straight. so ONE case was enough to ilicit a total lockdown? Really, they still think its possible to completely suppress the "virus" (Really just the positive PCR test result of having the virus). Basically punishing the entire region because of one citizen lying to health authorities? Haha, get the fuck out of there while you still can.
 
The hotel quarantine "fiasco" is a distraction from the whole covid BS being the flu and a distraction from the draconian (tyrannical) measures being implementing dealing with said farce.

Stop dealing with the present (past) and look at the future.
Oh I know exactly what they are doing. It’s no different than bill clinton bombing hospitals in Africa to distract from his impeachment. Nothing is sacred to them. When the boomers and MSM along with them die australia has a chance, if it’s still australia at that point.
Let me get this straight. so ONE case was enough to ilicit a total lockdown? Really, they still think its possible to completely suppress the "virus" (Really just the positive PCR test result of having the virus). Basically punishing the entire region because of one citizen lying to health authorities? Haha, get the fuck out of there while you still can.
You can’t leave. Not from WA anyway.
 
huge if true LMAO
“Get this- South Australia is now coming out of lockdown early because the government locked the entire state down based on a LIE.

Some guy who worked illegally in a pizza shop and caught covid told authorities that he only ordered a pizza from there and that’s where he caught the virus from. This led authorities to believe he caught it from the pizza and they thought it was an extra contagious strain of the virus with a shorter incubation period. When in reality, he worked there with someone who was covid positive LOL.

You can’t write this crap”
 

NoFunInAus

Woodpecker
huge if true LMAO
“Get this- South Australia is now coming out of lockdown early because the government locked the entire state down based on a LIE.

Some guy who worked illegally in a pizza shop and caught covid told authorities that he only ordered a pizza from there and that’s where he caught the virus from. This led authorities to believe he caught it from the pizza and they thought it was an extra contagious strain of the virus with a shorter incubation period. When in reality, he worked there with someone who was covid positive LOL.

You can’t write this crap”
 

infowarrior1

Hummingbird
The "real Australia" starts once you are 10-15km away from any Capital city CBD. Shout out to the country towns in Victoria. Places like Mildura, are a world away from the inner city areas. I went to Mildura a few times, it has a lovely, but harsh landscape The success of its development is a prime example of the sheer force of will, and solid work ethic that built Australia. It is awe inspiring to see how one of the driest areas in the state can sustain such a strong agriculture industry.
This country is a real Karenocracy in every sense of the word.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
If you ever required any more evidence that governments don't really know what they're doing.
They are simply eager to impose the Plandemic wherever possible.

The Aus. state of South Australia was set for a very strict six day & statewide lockdown, due to a supposed 22 new cases.

Thing is.
One guy was lying about his situation.
Now the state gov. has realized it has to ease up on it's six day Plandemic...

South Australian lockdown to lift on Saturday night after lie to contact tracers was uncovered

More restrictions are set to ease when South Australia’s stay-at-home order is repealed at midnight, allowing gatherings to go ahead and businesses to resume trading.
Locked down residents flocked to the state’s parks and beaches in the hours after a ban on outdoor exercise lifted yesterday, just 36 hours after it had been imposed as part of the strict statewide shutdown.
The six-day “circuit breaker” took effect on Thursday to allow contact tracers to catch up with what was believed to be a fast-spreading coronavirus cluster.
But after the lies of one man with COVID-19 were uncovered, lessening fears for the severity of the outbreak, Premier Steven Marshall said he would not let “the disgraceful conduct of a single individual” keep the state locked down any longer than necessary.



Prank? Pandering? Plandemic?
This readily demonstrates how governments don't really know what is going on, nor do they have clear evidence of one thing or another.
Yet they'll gladly impose severe quarantine / lockdown procedures despite the lack of data / evidence.

There was even the claim in the news that this latest 'viral cluster' was a mutated & deadlier strain of the China virus.
How can they claim that, if half of this supposed 'cluster', did not even exist...?
 

fokker

Pelican
Dick-Ears announced today that more people will be allowed to gather together, and that jew muzzles won't be mandatory outdoors (but for whatever bullshit reason, still mandatory indoors).

Daniel Andrews said:
From midnight tonight, essentially, 15 visitors will be allowed in your home per day. Again, that isn't 15 for lunch and 15 for dinner, that is 15 across the course of the day.

I would ask people to take this very, very seriously. What we have seen in Adelaide (which was sparked by some street-shitter lying to contact tracers -Ed.), what we have seen all over the world, and certainly here some months ago, is that gatherings in the family home can be the most dangerous.

We just need to be very, very careful not to be going out if we have got symptoms, observe these limits, they are not against you, for you. They are to keep the place open. They are so that we can stay safe and stay open.

But we are going from two, plus dependents, too 15 visitors [From midnight].

Hospitality will have a venue of 300 patrons, with a maximum of 100 people inside. Density requirements of one person per four square metres applies indoors for larger venues. But for smaller ones, we have been able to come up with an innovative way, moving to one person per two square metres for those smaller venues. That means they'll be able to have more people inside but they are capped at a maximum of 50. So we will be speaking with industry, whether it is pubs, hotels, bars, restaurants, all of that sector, to make sure that they fully understand these new rules, but they come from feedback and deep engagement with that sector.

Higher education will return to on-campus learning for some studies, there will be a whole range of rules and different processes, COVID-safe planning, but the higher education sector will be open again for on-campus learning over the summer period. Gyms will open up further, with 150 people in groups of 20, with one person per four square metres.

Indoor physical recreation and sport can commence with 100 people, sorry, 150 people, in groups of 20, one per four square metres. Outdoor sport can commence with 500 people, groups of 50, one per four square metres as well. Large sporting venues such as MSAC, for instance, can be at 25 per cent of their capacity. Again, one person per four square metres. Each of these density requirements are about making sure that we don't have too many people in a too small of a space, because we know that is particularly dangerous.

Indoor pools can host 150 people, outdoor pools can go to 300 people, skate parks, trampolining centres, indoors, they are able to go to 150 people. Again, there will be density requirements also. In terms of holidaying, so, accommodation providers, they are in line with the rules that apply to your house, when you're staying there it is now your house. So you can be away with 15 other people, including dependents, and of course they will be density requirements on the venue, providing that accommodation to you.

Faith-based ceremonies, I know this will be very important for many, people of faith, who have had a very difficult year, not being able to come together and worship together.

Religious ceremonies can take place indoors with 150 people and outdoors with 300 people. Both settings will have a four square metre density requirement as well. Weddings and funerals, both indoors and outdoors, can be 150 people, with density requirements and, if it is a wedding at home, it is no different to any other gathering at home, it would be 15 people rather than the larger number.

Cinemas and small galleries, they can open to 150 people per space. Larger facilities like the National Gallery of Victoria, for instance, will be able to get to 25 per cent of their space, drive-in cinemas will have no patron caps.

Community venues, libraries and the like, 150 people inside, 300 people outside. Aiming machine venues will be able to go to 150 people but every second electronic gaming machine will be turned off, so as to keep a distance between patrons.
 
Dick-Ears announced today that more people will be allowed to gather together, and that jew muzzles won't be mandatory outdoors (but for whatever bullshit reason, still mandatory indoors).
They purposely make the laws confusing and arbitrary while shifting the goal posts daily on purpose. It creates a sense of helplessness and fear among normies.

Its akin to our road laws, technically every car on the road in Australia is in violation of one or multiple vehicle regulations depending on the cops interruption
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
More on the South Australian fiasco / Clown Show :

South Australia’s Premier Steven Marshall is facing criticism over the state’s harsh lockdown with the situation being described as a “farce”.
Mr Marshall was forced into an embarrassing backdown after it was revealed on Friday a Spanish man on a graduate visa had lied to contact tracers about working at a pizza shop.
The Premier said he was “fuming” that the lie had forced the state into an unnecessary lockdown, which was later reversed.
But ABC political editor Andrew Probyn told Insiders on Sunday morning the incident may also have exposed the authorities’ own over-reaction.
“He is furious because he was humiliated,” Mr Probyn said.

Probyn said “what happened in South Australia is a farce”, but that’s not all.
“It is also a really serious public health matter because the next time that a crisis is called, guess what? The public response might be less trusting,” Mr Probyn argued.
“Having a situation where one lie told by a bloke who works at pizza joint could close down an entire state without his story being properly prosecuted is enormous.”
He added there were also doubts over claims from state politicians and medical officials that they were dealing with some sort of new strain of the virus, which was another serious matter that could impact public trust.
“As farcical as it has been, good on the people of South Australia who live with it and enjoy your new freedoms from later on today,” Mr Probyn said.

 

Laner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
More on the South Australian fiasco / Clown Show :

South Australia’s Premier Steven Marshall is facing criticism over the state’s harsh lockdown with the situation being described as a “farce”.
Mr Marshall was forced into an embarrassing backdown after it was revealed on Friday a Spanish man on a graduate visa had lied to contact tracers about working at a pizza shop.
The Premier said he was “fuming” that the lie had forced the state into an unnecessary lockdown, which was later reversed.
But ABC political editor Andrew Probyn told Insiders on Sunday morning the incident may also have exposed the authorities’ own over-reaction.
“He is furious because he was humiliated,” Mr Probyn said.

Probyn said “what happened in South Australia is a farce”, but that’s not all.
“It is also a really serious public health matter because the next time that a crisis is called, guess what? The public response might be less trusting,” Mr Probyn argued.
“Having a situation where one lie told by a bloke who works at pizza joint could close down an entire state without his story being properly prosecuted is enormous.”
He added there were also doubts over claims from state politicians and medical officials that they were dealing with some sort of new strain of the virus, which was another serious matter that could impact public trust.
“As farcical as it has been, good on the people of South Australia who live with it and enjoy your new freedoms from later on today,” Mr Probyn said.


Well now that the whole world knows that it can destroy a countries economy and morale with just one illegal pizza boy its going to be a whole world of pain for any country without its ballsack (Australia has no ballsack).
 
Well now that the whole world knows that it can destroy a countries economy and morale with just one illegal pizza boy its going to be a whole world of pain for any country without its ballsack (Australia has no ballsack).
What we are seeing in Australia is a generation of pseudo intellectual bureaucrats who have never had to make a hard decision.

Australia hasn’t had a recession in 30 years or been threatened since ww2. Thanks to a never ending stream of wealthy immigration the gdp, housing market and other economic indicators have gone up, despite poor management and failed government projects at every turn (nbn, pink bats, telstra sell off etc). Every 4 years the politicians cycle through their appointments collecting paychecks for attending.

Now decisions are required that have second, third and forth order consequences we are seeing their true inabilities
 
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grenade001

Sparrow
Bernie Finn, the Shadow Minister for Autism and a Liberal MP, is under fire for posting an anti-Andrews meme:



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Today I realised that there is a Minister for Autism in Victoria. I initially thought it was a joke position, but I checked the Government website, and saw it was legit.
 

alecks

Woodpecker
Very worrying. Im meant to be going to aus maybe next year to work after my apprenticeship, the whole visa is backed up to fuck and the whole country looks fucked
 
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